Complete My Survey
All people with a University of Maryland Directory ID and password can access the Complete My Survey screen from the OPA home page. After logging in, it will show information about the survey process and allow the individual to open their survey (see How do I complete my OPA survey?).
While many employees are required to complete an OPA survey (see Who is required to complete an OPA survey?), not all employees are. If someone doesn't have to complete a survey, it will show on this page.
Authorized Users Only
Authorized users who have been granted a role as an approver, reviewer, or liaison can use the Administrative Tools within OPA. After choosing this option and logging in, they will see a variety of options depending on their security role. Each card within the Administrator Tools leads to one of the following options.
Approvers can use this tool to read and act on OPA surveys. For more information, please see How do I approve an OPA survey?.
View Current Surveys
Approvers, reviewers, and liaisons can use this tool to view employee's current OPA surveys, and enter general comments on the survey. They will see all surveys for their level of access and below, i.e. division approvers will have access to all surveys in their division, not just the ones that they are directly approving. For more information, please see How do I view and comment on current OPA surveys?.
View Past OPA Surveys
Approvers, reviewers, and liaisons can use this tool to view OPA surveys from past years. Past years' OPA data will be available in 2022. At that time, users will be able to choose a department and report year to generate a list of OPA surveys to view.
View System Reports
Information about survey completion, response rates, survey approval, and security access can be found through system reports. Approvers, reviewers, and liaisons can use this tool to view Tableau reports about OPA. The reports that you see will depend on your security role. You must sign into VPN in order to access Tableau and view the system reports.